Rather than keeping the white base of the mask as many goaltenders did in the 70’s, Stephenson’s mask went all orange, turning the Flyers’ logos into a superhero-like eye mask. While most masks in the modern era incorporate the team’s logo somehow in the design, the placement and transformation of the logos on Stephenson’s mask was ground-breakingly creative for the time period.
Sasakamoose split the 1954-55 season with Chicoutimi in the Quebec Hockey League and New Westminster in the Western Hockey League, then played two games for Calgary in the WHL in 1955-56.
For the complete analysis of this mask, you can read the full article of the Bucket Bracket Showdown finals (link above), but what really makes this a standout is the use of a new medium in a sensible way. It’s a well-known principle among designers that content and subject matter should always precede design, and Bishop’s artist, Dave Gunnarsson, has used his G.L.O.W. Tech FX paint here in a way that makes sense – to depict lightning. Gunnarsson has been a pioneer in, perhaps still the only artist, using glow in the dark paint on goalie masks, and for that, this mask is a trailblazer for masks of the future.
5. Gilles Gratton, 1976
I've been watching the Tampa Bay Lightning and their NHL salary cap issues, specifically with their restricted free agents Anthony Cirelli, Erik Cernak and Mikhail Sergachev. With Sergachev signed and the Lightning needing to make moves, do you think that the San Jose Sharks have a shot at Cirelli or Cernak? If no, where do these players end up? -- @NeufeldBlake
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